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  1. Hi nuffink, Thanks for that, because that...

    Hi nuffink,

    Thanks for that, because that seems to clear up some questions I was still struggling with.
    However, when I play the C7 with an inverted Flatted 5 chord I'm hearing the altered...
  2. Thank you John. I watched several long and...

    Thank you John.

    I watched several long and boring videos on YouTube about "altered chords", and they did use the term "borrowed chords" when going from a C Major to a C minor chord.

    I writing...
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    Hi Ren, The song is in the F key, so I...

    Hi Ren,
    The song is in the F key, so I transposed it to the key of C, just for kicks. Where C ( or F in your case) is (roman numeral) I, the chord you are asking about is (roman numeral) II with a...
  4. Hi woodmez I'm not a guitarist, but trying to...

    Hi woodmez
    I'm not a guitarist, but trying to recreate your question on a keyboard. Playing in the Key of D Your G chord is the (perfect) 4th chord (a happy sounding major chord) made up of...
  5. I realize this is an old question from 2011 but I...

    I realize this is an old question from 2011 but I looked over the answers didn't see the easy explanation.

    If the song starts on Am and ends in Am, there is a 99% chance its in Am. (unless it...
  6. Please help me find the right term or description for these chords.

    The group of chords called "natural chords" are: I - ii - iii - IV - V - vi - and vii diminished. But what term would you use to describe the group of chords if they were "flipped" as in i - II -...
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